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of a hotel. >>> plus, first lady michelle obama's new portrait is unveiled and it highlights an oft-talked about new feature. >>> and what we're just learning about a fire in kansas city. the fire department, why was it sent away from the scene moments before the blast? [ female announcer ] going to sleep may be easy, but when you wake up in the middle of the night it can be frustrating. it's hard to turn off and go back to sleep. intermezzo is the first and only prescription sleep aid approved for use as needed in the middle of the night when you can't get back to sleep. it's an effective sleep medicine you don't take before bedtime. take it in bed only when you need it and have at least four hours left for sleep. do not take intermezzo if you have had an allergic reaction to drugs containing zolpidem, such as ambien. allergic reactions such as shortness of breath or swelling of your tongue or throat may occur and may be fatal. intermezzo should not be taken if you have taken another sleep medicine at bedtime or in the middle of the night or drank alcohol that day. do not drive or
lady michelle obama opening up about what her husband called the most significant event of inaugural weekend. her hair. >> this is my mid life crisis, the bangs. i couldn't get a sports car, they won't let me bungy jump so instead i cut my bangs here. >> you went for the bangs. >> i went for the bangs. >> you're the boss of your hair. >> i can do this. this is all mine. >> come on, guys, cut the first lady some slack, with a 73% approval rating she's more popular than most of washington. our question, what should michelle obama do for her next "act of rebellion"? maria? >> that is a tough one to top, the bangs are fabulously popular, everywhere i look i see more women with bangs. i might get bangs myself, carol, maybe you should, too. i would suggest maybe a tattoo, car carol, something classy and small, maybe a little rose on her fabulously cut shoulders, i think that would be fantastic. >> i can't wait to ask katon this question. >> i've got it. i mean i can scratch the sports car itch right here in south carolina by inviting the president and first lady to the darlington 500, guar
official portrait and there's a lot of talk about first lady michelle obama's new -- it's still new -- new haircut. much of the talk surrounding the first lady's bangs came from the first lady herself. in an interview with rachael ray, obama jokes that her bangs are part of a quote/unquote mid-life crisis and she says getting a sports car and going bungee jumping are off-limits, at least while she's in the white house, i guess. the portrait was taken in the white house green room about a week ago. here's how it compares to her 2009 portrait. it's interesting that she's wearing pearls in both. i go with the new one. >>> and in saudi arabia, about 30 women were sworn into the top advisory body by king abdullah. it's the first time in history that women have been able to participate in it. it's said that women will have full membership rights, but they still have to observe sharia law, that includes wearing a proper israeli and staying segregated from male members. while king abdullah is hardly a feminist advocate, he believes gives more opportunity to women is a safe way to relieve some pres
slip that michelle obama signed to let president obama go play and go spend a guys' weekend with tiger woods. that's what i'm more interested in. >> >> exactly. she thook the girls skiing. president obama is on his own. >> yeah. >> go ahead. >> i was just thinking what anna just said. just thinking that. i would have loved to hear the conversation between the first lady, michelle obama, and the president. i'm sorry -- you're going golfing with who? but come on! he's the greatest golfer ever. he also had sex with any woman he met, barack. so that must have been interesting. the white house clearly doesn't want a photo, which we know would be worth 1,000 words. as you said, the best family man and the worth family man. and we should have ak setsds. and ed henry and the white house correspondents are right. i'm more concerned with the other golfer. there was three with him. one of his top donors. you know. just equals access. the big problem we have in the country with politics is campaign finance. if you donate enough, you're going to this get to go golfing with the president. >> go ahea
an interview with the first lady, michelle obama, on her agenda, and she'll be on the red carpet for the oscars this sunday. welcome back, robin. we've missed you. >>> all right, facebook founder mark zuckerberg and google co-fou co-founder are teaming up to help change the lives of 11 people today. they're set to announce a newfoundation that rewards research aimed at curing certain diseases and extending human life. the first 11 recipients will each receive $3 million. our ali velshi will talk with zuckerberg and sergey brin at 3:00 eastern time. and we have much more this hour including new developments in the jodi arias trial. the woman accused of stabbing and shooting her boyfriend to death is on the stand today. she says she does not remember stabbing him. and drivers caught in a real traffic jam becoming sitting ducks for robbers. it's all caught on tape. we'll have the story. [ male announcer ] get more during red lobster's lobsterfest. with the year's largest selection of mouth-watering lobster entrees. like our delicious lobster lover's dream, featuring two kinds of succulent lobster
out of overcrowded shelters. >>> well, when michelle obama presented the academy e1award f best picture in the u.s., the first lady=í gown was, of course, a huge hit. was not the case in irane1iant(h wardrobe adding sleeves, raising the neck line on thee1çó glitte gown before circulating the image in iran. presumably it was a bit too revealinp for their culture, t before announcing best picture winner, mrs. obama,q she wore that dress to a white house dinner for the nation's governorsfá and, of course, the were no complaints. it was a gorgeous gown. >>> "cnn newsroom" continues right now. >>> it is the real life armageddon t(movie. scientists hope to crash a spaceship into an asteroid, all to prove we can be saved. the news is now.g a hot air balloon, full of pa&h% tourists, crashes to e1earth. but why? >>> plus, the bi >> we should notfá have to move third bill before the senate getse1 off their -- and begins do something. >> accusations fly just three days before automatic cuts hit ) rrñu and -- ♪ who let the dogs out >> investigatorskoo7o looking this kid's paren
. he is playing in florida. we know he is taking a weekend off to play golf. we heard that michelle obama has sent the president a tweet saying honey, call home. >>> my panel today for the big three. let's get to your must read. what is it? >> amanda becker has a story about the future of the voting rights act which is getting its day at the supreme court at the end of the month. >> what is your must read? >> the real cost of shrinking government. this idea of cutting the government is always a big abstraction. read this argument and find out what it really means. >> did you have one big take away from that? >> i mentioned it in the first segment. if you have a kid who is benefitting from head start if you happen to be one of these people that flies and stands in line at airports, if you go to national parks, all of those face cutbacks from the sequester. >> robert, how about yours? >> you know how every organization has a new kid on the block. today's "new york times" has a great story on senator from texas about not respecting senatet traditions. it is a must read. >> all three of
michelle obama also grew up. so, you see this whole story of a national problem also melts into very much the personal story of the obamas in chicago, which is a reason why i think mrs. obama and senior adviser valerie jarrett came back to chicago last saturday to attend the funeral of 15-year-old hadiya pendleton, because they felt such a personal connection. it is that connection, i think, the city wants from the president. even if he doesn't have any new proposals today, he's going to talk about some of the high schools in chicago he thinks are doing things right, but if he has any message at all that can help resonate or can help stop what's happening or give some new tools to the mayor, all that will be incredibly welcomed, chris. >> well, the communities here say they have never needed the help more, even though the mayor here now, rahm emanuel, who, of course, worked for the president, president clinton, he says the numbers are going down, things are getting better here. but in the community, the concern they say, has never been more acute, they believe once again they're in a cycl
. >>> and first lady michelle obama told abc's robin roberts that for her, going shopping at target is quote/unquote, like a dream. the first lady was photographed at a target in 2011. remember, she was wearing the big sunglasses, the disguise, i guess. she said if she had the chance, she is going to, quote, break out of the white house, disguise the family dog bow, do it again. she also talked about why president obama has been going gray over the past couple of years. she said, it is not the pressures of the oval office, it is actually fatherhood. >> fathers in particular, i don't think they know how they're going to feel until it happens, you know. there is nothing like the look on his face when malia dresses up for a party, and she's heading out, and he walks past -- she walks past him and you can see his face sort of just drop a little bit, like, what was that? little gray. people think the gray is from his job. it is from his children. >> parents, can you relate? >>> coming up, rock legend the who canceled a concert 33 years ago. a couple of people held on to the ticket stubs, they get
president obama. he and michelle have a very, very strong marriage, as we all know, so i don't think tiger woods is going to be influencing the president's behavior in any way, but what the press core did seem to say is there hasn't been open communication with them about this weekend. that was the brunt of their complaints. i think every president struggles with this and every president strives to have as much transparency as possible and still protect their privacy and that balance is constantly a give and take. >> well, cnn managed to get some sneaky pictures of the president playing golf today, in fact. let's watch a bit of this. there he is. the president and see if i can see any good shots. the only question i really want to know is having heard the president sing al green better than al green, did he beat tiger woods at golf? if he did, we are now looking at the single most multitasking, gifted president in the history of the united states. so mr. president, if you're watching, i know you like to watch, i want to know, did you beat tiger? you can call me. we still have 16 minutes on
. when i think of role models i think of michelle obama and anna winter and people like that with proven track records. i'm still growing and there's still work to do. >> reporter: minor's career advice for other women, surround yourself with a great team, make time for yourself and be grateful for what you have. she also says if you're considering a career switch, just go for it because, savannah, face it none of us are younger. >> way to put a fine point on it. she is pretty inspiring. thank you very much. >>> how does steve harvey keep his figure? he will tell us about the diet he's on right now. it's a cleanse. but first -- he's very clean. first this is "today" on nbc. >> announcer: "today's" kitchen is brought to you by new smooth roast coffee, only at burger king, where taste is king. >>> back now at 8:51 with "today's" kitchen. on the lighter side. this morning, we take a look at the martha's vineyard diet detox, a tough 21-day regime with juices and soups only for three weeks. >> the author behind one pound a day. she's a registered nurse and has a phd in natural health. madelyn
in a few moments and we'll try to learn how to make a bed properly after all these years. >>> michelle obama opens up about the bangs and she's pretty candid about what motivated her to have a whole new look. >>> we'll start this hour with the controversial cameras used to catch you running red lights. many people argue they're often inaccurate or unfair. tom costello has been looking into that story. tom, good morning to you. >> reporter: savannah, good morning. 24 states and d.c. allow these red light cameras. nine states ban them. fairness is the big issue. in court, depending where you are, you might be able to ask a police officer about the ticket he wrote you, but you can't do that with a camera and the camera presumes that you're guilty, not innocent. they can be horrific crashes, red light runners are especially dangerous because the people they hit are usually caught completely by surprise. each year, some 700 people die and 122,000 are injured in accidents involving a driver who ran the red. to cut into that rate, more than 540 communities nationwide have turned to red light
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